pípairecht

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n f. piping, playing the pipe : ag píobaireacht le píobuibh, 1 Kings i 40 . TSh. 5716 .

pípán

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n o,m. (dim. of pípa) lit. a small pipe or tube : slán di a coibchi . . . cid bec i fur beas fair gin gu raib acht pípán no grus ingnige, H. 3.17 c. 658a ( O'Don. 928 ): of a wife whose dowry is restored to her by her husband; apparently some article of small value, a pipe or flute? In mod. lit. the wind- pipe, throat : connuimh . . . do phíobán ó thart, Jerem. ii 25 .

pipur

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Forms: pipur

n o,m. (Lat. piper) pepper : pipur, gl. piper, Ir. Gl. 1072 . pibur dubh, RC ix 239.8 ; Rosa Ang. 258.17 . pipur fada, 258.24 ; (= piper longum), O'Gr. Cat. 208 y (píbar). pibar geal, Marco P. 154 . lus piobair pepperwort , Hog. Luibh. 108 .

píráidecht

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Forms: píoráid

n f. (Romance) piracy : ag luingseóireacht . . . fá phíoráideacht an pheacaidh, TSh. 2165 . píoráid `a pirate ', P. O'C., Dinneen.

pirrél

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n m. (acc. to O'Gr. Cat. 12 n . < Fr. perrière < Low Lat. petraria) a ballista or war-engine for hurling stones : do tógbad pirrél léo . . . ┐ do diobruiced . . . clocha imdha asin pirrél, ALC i 328.17 = gura dibrigit glacha imda as, O'Gr. Cat. 8.35 .

pis

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Forms: piss

n f. (Lat. pisum) pease (coll.): piss, gl. pisa, Sg. 73a6 . The pea plant : ní fásann . . . pis nā pónair ann, Maund. 114 . oiread gráinne pise the size of a pea, Eochairsg. 100.13 . pis ēnāin, gl. rostrum maratilla, Arch. i 333.9 ; gl. molum agreste, 336.104 . pis grēgach fenugreek , 329.121 . pis fhináin wild pea, vetch , Ezek. iv 9 (= p.¤ fhiadháin, Coneys).

pís

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n (< Lat. pensum, Ped. i 209 , Arch. i 91 ; the mark of quan- tity does not occur in MSS.) name of a weight; a pennyweight: pissire . . . .i. crand . . . bís oc tomus aenpinginde . . . Piss din ainm in craind nó in toman [leg. tomais?]. Piss din ainm do pengind, Corm. p. 35 - 6 . pis .i. pingind, Lec. Gl. 468 ; 275 M .

písa

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Forms: pis, pís

n (Eng. loan-word) a piece, fragment : pissa don ōr, Fl. Earls 100.24 . píosa airgaitt, FM i 16.21 . pl. tri pissa mora don chroich, Fl. Earls 196.12 . na píosuidhe bruithe don ofráil, Levit. vi 21 . A piece (of money), coin: deich bpíosa . . . airgid, Matth. xxvi 15 .

The follg. exx. may represent a variant form pis or pís, if they are not rather to be taken as = bis: cur tinoil lān a urtlaig do phisibh oighridh `bits of ice', Lism.L. 81 = do bisib ega, Trip. 10.26 (where Stokes takes the word as = bis `finger') = do bissib oigrid, LB 25a18 . curo lasat na pisi amal crinach, Lism.L. 84 = na bissi, Trip. 10.31 . piseda fuarda oigreta, TTebe 368 = pisidi, Eg.

pisaire

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x see pissire.

pisarnach

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Forms: piosarnach

n m. whispering : do dhéna do ghlór piosarnach, Isa. xxix 4 . piosarnach `peeping' (i.e. muttering), Eg. Gl. 94 .

piscatal, (? piscatail)

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n aradh cacha fedna .i. inní for a n-airidh feadan arathair cunge ┐ cechta ┐ piscatail, H. 3.17 c. 340 ( O'Don. 442 ), cf. Laws v 482.26 , 484.14 ; appar. some agri- cultural implement or part of a plough .